The sale GTR is a one-owner car with just 360km on the odometer and only one track day (at Circuit Paul Ricard) under its belt. As menacing as cars come in its triple-black finish, the car is said to be one of 25 GTRs converted by Lanzante Motorsport to road specification. 58 P1 GTRs were built in total so the track versions still outnumber the road cars by more than two to one.
As RM says, it’s the “ultimate acquisition for the utterly uncompromising horsepower-junkie”. But really a road car? One thing that helps is retention of the P1’s front-lift system. No need to worry about those pesky speed bumps in the Aldi car park then.
Now you’ve bought the ultimate P1 why not complete the set? The Villa Erba sale, on the shores of Lake Como, offers a rare opportunity to pick up not just the McLaren but also its German and Italian nemesis: the Porsche 918 Spyder and the Ferrari LaFerrari.
With the Porsche (Arrow Blue, Weissach package, 11,000km) at a guide of €1.2-1.4m) and the Ferrari (Rosso Corsa, 200km only) at €2.75-3.2m) you’ll only need around £7 million in total to have your very own ultimate hypercar threesome!
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